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Sungai Buloh Hospital to begin Indian traditional therapy

Saturday, 31 December 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: India will send a Siddha (traditional Indian medicine) doctor to head a pilot study on Verma Therapy at the Sungai Buloh Hospital next year.

In a statement yesterday, the Indian High Commission stated that the therapy would act as complementary treatment for orthopaedic and rehabilitative patients.

It said the decision on the pilot study was reached at a meeting on cooperation on traditional medicine held here on Tuesday.

Indian Government had also agreed to continue the attachment of an Ayurvedic practitioner and two therapists at the Port Dickson Hospital and Cheras Rehabilitation Centre.

Eight Malaysians had also succeeded in their application to study traditional medicine in Indian colleges under the Ayush Scholarship Scheme 2016-2017

Source by: Internet

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